Leatt Brace Headquarters Tour Photo Gallery
Leatt is headquartered in Cape Town, South Africa.
MotoUSa traveled to Leatt's headquarters in Cape Town, South Africa, to learn more about its neck braces. Read all the details in the
Leatt Headquarters Tour
The office at Leatt is an open concept in order to encourage communication and collaboration.
The Leatt testing lab is packed full of equipment designed to gather hard data.
Dr. Chris Leatt designed his first neck brace in order to protect his son.
Dr. Leatt's first prototype brace was crude in comparison to the carbon fiber Leatt-Brace available today.
Pieter Keevy, a Leatt Bio-Medical Engineer, explains the pendulum testing procedure.
Cornel de Jongh, a Leatt Bio-Medical Engineer, goes through some of the data acquired from the simulation software.
Pendulum testing produces accurate and repeatable results.
Cornel de Jongh shows where the Leatt-Brace rests in relationship to the spine on model.
The rear strut of the Leatt-Brace is designed to break well before the force required to injure the back.
During our tour at the Leatt HQ, we were given mountains of data and figures.
Leatt GPX Pro Neck Brace
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